Beady Eye are hoping to impress a legion of new fans when they play their festival dates this summer.
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."