Liam Gallagher has Beady Eye on new fans
Beady Eye are hoping to impress a legion of new fans when they play their festival dates this summer
Liam Gallagher is playing festivals this summer to attract new fans to Beady Eye.
The band are playing several festival dates - including slots at Reading and Leeds and the Isle of Wight Festival - and the 'Four Letter Word' singer is keen to showcase his new music to people who might not necessarily be interested.
He said: "This is the name of the game, to f***ing get new fans. I mean, obviously all the Oasis fans jumped on board and got involved and all that and liked it. But the music is there for anyone. Beady Eye is for anyone."
Liam - who formed his new group with the remaining members of Oasis after his brother Noel Gallagher quit in August 2009 - insists he is hungry to prove himself again to wide range of music fans.
He added to NME magazine: "Hopefully, there's going to be people out there that are getting a little bit more from Beady Eye than what they did from Oasis. There's not a day that goes by when you don't want to get up and f***ing mean something to people."