Hyper Static Union

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Hyper Static Union
Origin Camas, Washington, US
Genres Christian rock
Alternative rock
Funk rock
Members Shawn Lewis
Levi Neuschwander
Mike Jackson
Bryan Albrechtson
Tim Downing
Past members Ray Burnham
Andy Bell
Joseph Schlegel

Hyper Static Union is a Christian alternative rock band formed in Camas, Washington, United States. The band's first official/studio album was released May 9, 2006, and was produced by Mac Powell of Third Day. Their song "Praying for Sunny Days" was the ninth most played song of 2006 on CHR radio and the most played new artist for CHR in 2006.[1]

The band draws its name from a theological point in Christianity known as the hypostatic union, where Jesus the Christ (or, Messiah) is understood to be 100% man and 100% God.



  • Hyper Static Union (self-released, 1998)
  • Old School Tracks (self-released, 2003)
  • Entropy Automatic (self-released, 2004)
  • Lifegiver (RKT/Sony, 2006)
  • Meet Him In The Air (Amplitude Media, 2008)



  1. ^ As played on the Weekend 22 on the weekend of January 7, 2007

Bryan Albrechtson died in his sleep on October 13, 2011. A concert was held in Camas in his honor. His wife, Lelani, and daughter, Meilee (aged 1) attended the concert. Musicians like Mike Jackson and Andy Bell played at the event.

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