John Lennon's widower has spoken out on her weekly online question and answer session that she enjoyed the group from Manchester's music and believes the industry "needs" them.
She said: "I love Oasis. We need the power of goodness like them. The goodness is shining from their music. I hope they will make more albums."
Despite Liam announcing yesterday that he was happy he and his brother had gone their separate ways the 77-year-old singer is hoping they can reconcile and continue to produce great music.
Liam recently announced he had started a new group called Beady Eye along with his former bandmates Gem Archer, Chris Sharrock and Andy Bell.
Yoko also discussed working with The Flaming Lips adding: "I love their music. Something can happen in the future."
Yoko is best known for her marriage to Beatles star John Lennon and has since become an artist and peace activist.