The Scenics is a punk rock Canadian band which from Toronto, Ontario, Canada. The band was active from 1976 to 1982 and from 2008 to the present. The band members consists of Andy Meyers (guitar, bass, vocals, songwriter), Ken Badger (guitar, bass vocals, songwriter), Mike Young (guitar, bass), Mark Perkell (drums). Their music style is a combination of punk rock, post-punk, and art punk. The band featured both in "The Last Pogo" (the 1979 Colin Brunton documentary film) and on the additional soundtrack album "And Now Live from Toronto The Last Pogo" with two hits.
The Scenics released a full-length album "Underneath the Door" on the Bomb Records label in 1980. Lastly, the band released a single "Karen b/w See Me Smile" in their own labelScenic Route Records in 1981.
The band issued a new album of 1977-1981 live material called "How Does It Feel to Be Loved?" in 2008. They perform the Velvet Underground. The Scenics regroup in early 2008 and they even perform a several gigs to support the release that includes the guesting at the NXNE Festival in Toronto, Canada in June 2008.
The group released another collection from their recording pit such as "Sunshine World" (in 1977-78 at Studio Recordings). To improve promotion of the said release, in that same month the group will perform a set of live appearances in Ontario and Quebec.