But, the most important thing is that we weren't there because of ourselves, it was for our fans, for Russia and for the Russian people".The performance in Helsinki became their first official release and first concert for a large live audience.At the RMA awards in early October 2007, Serebro performed a new song titled "What's Your Problem?", which was then rumored to be the third single from the then-forthcoming studio album, but this was denied in reports.Soon after the Eurovision contest, Serebro released "Song #1" as a single CD, which contained 13 different versions of "Song #1" marked by colours, as well as an extended version of the video. The song was a commercial success worldwide, particularly in European markets.The song charted in countries including Russia, Switzerland, Germany, Ireland and the United Kingdom.As soon as the music video was release, the group received much commercial attention.Though the song was somewhat commercially successful in their native Russia, the song did not chart around the globe and the group saw a marked drop in the level of commercial attention globally.
The group re-released Mama Lover in Japan (under the name Serebration) after signing a contract with EMI Music.
Temnikova left the group in 2014 due to her pregnancy, and Polina Favorskaya, who replaced Temnikova, left the group in 2017. With Lizorkina at the time, the band recorded their debut studio album Opium Roz.
The album received critical acclaim and spawned other singles in addition to "Song #1", but it never became a commercial success.
They subsequently placed third at the contest, scoring a total of 207 points.
Serebro was then officially signed to Fadeev's record label Monolit Records, and in 2012, the group had additional releases produced by Sony Music Entertainment and Ego Music.
In 2009, Lizorkina announced her departure from the group; she was subsequently replaced by Anastasia Karpova.