Frontman Liam Gallagher says he was driven to form his new group - featuring ex-Oasis members Andy Bell, Gem Archer and Chris Sharrock - by a higher power which didn`t want him to rest after the breakup of his last band - caused by a fall out with his brother, Noel, the group-s songwriter and guitarist.
He explained: "Look, there`s a big f***ing spirit up there. It was in Oasis and now it`s in Beady Eye. And it said, `If you think you`re having a year off, you little f***ing p***k, you`re tripping. Get out there!`
"And thank f**k for it. We used to speak about Oasis wanting to be the best band in the world. Well, that`s how we feel in this. We wanna go round the world. We wanna inspire kids. We wanna play some great f***ing gigs."
Liam also insists fans of his old band will be impressed with Beady Eye`s live shows, even though they will not play any material from his former career, and that they are rehearsing hard for their short European tour in March.
He added: "They`re gonna f***ing love it, mate. I know what the fans like. We`ve got the same DNA. They`re gonna dig it, cos we`re gonna be on form, man. That`s why we`re rehearsing like f**k."
The outspoken singer added he`s not worried by fans shouting for Oasis songs at the shows, adding: "I`ve got a microphone, we`ve got guitars, we`ll drown them out. They can shout what they f***ing want."
Beady Eye`s debut album `Different Gear, Still Speeding` is released on February 28.