Campag Velocet were an indie-electronic-disco-dream-punk-rock band that took heavy inspiration from, among other things, bicycling and the film / novel "A Clockwork Orange". Formed in the 1990s, the lineup found Pete Voss on vocals, Ian Cater on guitars, keyboards and programming, Barnaby Slater on bass, and Lascelles Gordon on drums, percussion and sampling. The group only ever released two albums, the first being "Bon Chic, Bon Genre", which was released on PIAS Records in 1999 — the album performed incredibly well with extra hype from NME (they called them "The Best New Band In Britain") and the band even landed two slots on "Later: With Jools Holland". The band's second album, "It's Beyond Our Control", released on Pointy Records in 2004, received mixed reviews from critics and also achieved mediocre sales, due to the hiatus and a low-profile record label. The band broke up in 2005.