Ned Bensen's The Greatest Hits is a story revolving around its protagonist Harriet who grapples with the subversive power of music and its nostalgic influence. For Harriet, songs trigger intense memories, leading to uncontrollable relapses into her past, prompting her to shield herself with headphones. The film's credits and title sequences are a celebration of popular music and the iconic designs of 'record label' stickers. Emphasising Harriet's unique ability to foresee moments adds depth to the title design, reflecting the film's thematic richness.