“Tomorrow’s Yesterday” seems to be seeped in ‘60s and ‘70s British influences, from McCartney powered Beatles and Colin Bluntstone’s “One Year” to Nick Drake’s half-whispered gentleness and Ray Davies whimsy; and if you’re looking for a contemporary comparison, then Neil Hannon’s Divine Comedy is as good as an... Their songs are beautifully catchy, but they’re matched by the arrangements, Homuth’s teasing voice and the sheer diversity and multiplicity of the instrumentation. Indeed, a quick count-up reveals over a dozen devices being strummed, plucked, stroked and banged, and let’s not forget the choir. To put it simply, if classic songwriting and pristine pop performances are your thing, meet your new favourite band."
Simon M., leicesterbangs.blogspot.de

„Beatles-Vergleiche werden nicht zuletzt auch auf diesen Seiten zu oft bemüht, doch der Folk-Pop von Almost Charlie lässt einem keine andere Wahl. Zum Glück treibt das Berliner Quartett kein epigonaler Eifer, sondern die veritable Liebe zu ihren Vorbildern. Und Sänger Dirk Homuth klingt John Lennon zum verwechseln ähnlich.“
Rolling Stone

“The third full-length release from Germany's Almost Charlie. The folks at Words On Music have a real winner on their hands here. Tomorrow's Yesterday is one of the most resilient and rewarding pop albums we've heard all year. We're familiar with plenty of German bands...but in all our years of listening and reviewing we've never heard one quite like this. The tunes on this album recall classic artists like The Beatles, Neil Innes, Simon & Garfunkel, and Stackridge. These songs feature superb gliding melodies and intricate arrangements peppered with harmonies, strings, ukulele, sitar, and melodica. The real treat are the wonderfully effervescent vocals.“

“Indie-Folk feinster Klasse. Authentisch und unverfälscht. Eine musikalische Perle! Trotz des jungen Jahres: wir behaupten, dass „Tomorrow’s Yesterday“ eine der stärksten Indie-Platten 2013 sein wird.„

„Almost Charlie is a fascinating collaboration between Berlin singer/multi-instrumentalist Dirk Homuth and New York City lyricist Charlie Mason - one that recalls the classic songwriting partnerships of Burt Bacharach and Hal David, or Elton John & Bernie Taupin. Tomorrow's Yesterday is the follow-up to 2009's acclaimed debut The Plural Of Yes, and contains all the qualities that made the debut such a rich and pleasant experience. There is a strong reflection of '60s folk-rock referencing Nick Drake, The Beatles and Simon & Garfunkel; not to mention more modern influences like Crowded House, Eliot Smith and Kings Of Convenience. Homuth's singing style will remind music fans of John Lennon and Neil Finn, and this fact suits the melodic fibre of superb compositions like Hope Less, Man Without A Home, Still Crazy 'Bout You After All These Years, among others. Highly recommended.“
Kevin Mathews, todayonline.com

"Die Band um den Berliner Dirk Homuth und den New Yorker Charlie Mason klingt weder deutsch noch amerikanisch, sondern britisch. Wer bei keinem der elf Songs an die Beatles denken muss, lügt."

„I have a broad rotation of albums, all sorts of genres (I listen to more than ambient and electro-acoustic works, despite what some might think from my reviews).  Since its release in 2009, Almost Charlie’s album The Plural Of Yes (TPOY) hasn’t been too far away from my CD player.  It’s a great album of songs written in the tradition of Elton John and Bernie Taupin or Burt Bacharach and Hal David, musician and lyricist working separately.  In the case of Berlin’s Dirk Homuth (singer and multi-instrumentalist) and New York City’s Charlie Mason (lyricist), they still haven’t met in-person and aren’t separated by “two rooms”, but two continents and an ocean.  It’s evident, however, from their work together that they communicate well, no matter what the distance.“
Walker Burns, hifizine.com